Nannie Patterson photo
mi-rnr discharge-). RECORD-BREAKING RECORD-BREAKING RECORD-BREAKING SULLIVAN SUNDA Y SCHOOL CLASS SULLIVAN," Feb. 15. The Mothers' class, of the Christian church Sunday-school,' Sunday-school,' Sunday-school,' shown above, has the distinction distinction of being the largest c'lass of women women in this-part this-part this-part of Hie country. The class was organized by Mrs. America Lilly,-the Lilly,-the Lilly,-the present teacher, in 1909 and has been growing steadily since. The majority of the members are women with families to look after and with small time to. give to the small social duties generally expected from "women church workers, but they succeed in doinir a great amount of good for their church in spite of this. Reading from left to right the ladies shown in the above picture-are:. picture-are:. picture-are:. Lower row Mrs. S. W. AWight, Mrs. America America Lilly .teacher). Mrs. J: Hill. Mrs. Amanda Tichenor and Mrs,.' Anna Con-aver. Con-aver. Con-aver. . Second row Mrs. ' K. . B. - Ttushart, Mrs. Margaret Hampton, Mrs. D. Frantz, Mrs. AV. 1. Sickafus. Mrs. C. S. Marsh, Mrs. A. Miller, Mrs". C. S. Groves. . n Third row Mrs. N.- N.- A-.- A-.- A-.- A-.- Heacock, Miss Belle Hoke, Mrs. H. Moore, Mrs. Aanda Bolin, Mrs. Clara Grtgsby. Mrs. William LandeVs and Mrs. O. S. Martin. Martin. Top row Mrs. Frank M. Pearce, Mrs. F.J. Harsh,- Harsh,- Mrs. F. K. Pifcr, Mrs. Dennis Dennis Cook, Mrs. E. C. Duncan, Mrs. John Sharpies and Mrs. Nannie Patterson. Mrs. Pearce is the superintendent of the home department of the class organization organization and it is chiefly through her untiring efforts that the success of the' class lias been so great. a ' .